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This puzzle is second in the series, the first one being this. But these are related in no way.

Below are some weird combinations of letters, which are actually words translated in some different languages, and concatenated.

  • Each line has one word translated in different languages.

  • These 22 words lead to new groups of words. For example if two of the lines translate to Mount and Everest, the new group will be "Mount Everest".

There can also be words like "eel", "on" , and "must", which on arranging, sound or look like a group, which is Elon Musk in this case.

There will be 10 groups of two words, and two groups as individual words, to have a total of 12 groups (Let this set of groups be called Class A)

  • The groups from class A are related in a way, and can further be grouped, making a total of 4 B-classes, with each having 3 members from class A.

  • There is also a superclass C, which contains everything in class A and B.

What you have to do:

  1. Find the languages
  2. Find the 12 members of class A
  3. Find the 4 members of class B
  4. Find the only member of superclass C

Words below:

  1. tartiblashukuhlungavargakirimasortuvannya
  2. sirrahasyasekretimfihlo
  3. kusaginnayiochlikindlalaholodni
  4. qishebusikasitakalayazyma
  5. honcharumbumbikumbalkarukulol
  6. vihiluvakijokerhazillashadiganzhartivnyk
  7. zalizotemirinsimbiyakada
  8. haritayashilrangdaoluhlazazelenyy
  9. lyudynakishiminisaumuntu
  10. dveridoraeshikumnyango
  11. likhtarilangachiroqvesakkuduva
  12. pryntsisikhulushahzodakumaraya
  13. dyvnogalatiokungajwayelekileamutu
  14. kridaihryimidlalooyinlar
  15. simyettihataisikhombisa
  16. yonibturadiukukhanyasaeneliyaspalakh
  17. phuthumashoshilingikmankarannapospishayte
  18. kapelyukhisikhwamashapkatoppiya
  19. shifokorlikaryaudokotelavaidyavarayek
  20. khubekadampledumbletushibqolish
  21. askarsoldatisoshasoldaduvek
  22. manobirozkancanekuda

Da magick wond laees heir

Abrakedavra hocus pocus


Even partial answers are also welcome!

Do not trust Google translate if it translates the whole combination to a word. It might be misleading. Confirm it by translating the words separately. For example, it translates qishebusikasitakalayazyma to alchemist, but it isn't.

Some hints:

#20 - Your eyes are belong to me. It do not need a translation.

#3 - Brother of #10 is always against me.

#7 - I've felt fear twice while you were reading this. Well I feel it was thrice

#9 - What quite a lot of superhero's names have

#22 + #12 - C'est une traduction Française

Edit: Assume you have 3 'The' s available.

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  • $\begingroup$ could you please check if 4 was correct coz i have one very similar in mind. thanks! $\endgroup$ – Omega Krypton Mar 6 at 23:33
  • $\begingroup$ @OmegaKrypton yes 4th is correct. $\endgroup$ – Eagle Mar 6 at 23:43
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    $\begingroup$ Welcome to Puzzling.SE! This puzzle appears to be extremely well-developed and thought-out for a new user, and I just wanted to let you know. $\endgroup$ – Brandon_J Mar 7 at 0:44
  • $\begingroup$ To clarify, each given line should contain the same english word, but translated into various different languages and concatenated together? $\endgroup$ – AHKieran Mar 7 at 11:07
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    $\begingroup$ Ah!!! Thanks, that makes more sense now. Excellent puzzle, thanks!! $\endgroup$ – Mohirl Mar 7 at 17:17
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The languages are

Uzbek, Sinhala, Ukrainian, and Zulu

Here are the words I have so far:

1. Sorting (tartiblash / ukuhlunga / varga kirima/ sortuvannya)
2. Secret (sir / rahasya / secret / imfihlo)
3. Hunger (kusaginnayi / ochlik / indlala / holodni)
4. Winter (qish / ebusika / sita kalaya /zyma)
5. Potter (honchar / umbumbi / kumbalkaru / kulol)
6. Joker (vihiluvak / ijoker / hazillash / adiganzhartivnyk)
7. Iron (zalizo / temir / insimbi / yakada)
8. Green (harita / yashil rangda / oluhlaza / zelenyy)
9. Man (lyudyna / kishi / minisa / umuntu)
10. Door (dveri / dora / eshik / umnyango)
11. Lantern (likhtar / ilanga / chiroq / vesak kuduva)
12. Prince (prynts / isikhulu / shahzoda / kumaraya)
13. Strange (dyvno / galati / okungajwayelekile / amutu)
14. Game (krida / ihryi / midlalo / oyinlar)
15. Seven (sim / yetti / hata / isikhombisa)
16. Flash (yonib turadi / ukukhanya / saeneliya / spalakh)
17. Hurry (phuthuma / shoshiling / ikman karanna / pospishayte)
18. Hat (kapelyukh / isikhwama / shapka / toppiya)
19. Doctor (shifokor / likarya / udokotela / vaidyavarayek)
20. Dumble (khubeka / dample / dumble / tushib qolish)
21. Soldier (askar / soldat / isosha / soldaduvek)
22. Little (mano / biroz / kancane / kuda)

Class A:

We know 20 of these are pairs and two remain alone, for 10 + 2 = 12 members of Class A.
Class A members are: Sorting + Hat, Winter + Soldier, Hurry (Harry) + Potter, Iron + Man, Green + Lantern, Dumble + Door, Doctor + Strange, Flash, Joker, Hunger + Games, Little + Prince, Secret + Seven.

Class B:

Winter Soldier, Iron Man, and Doctor Strange are all Marvel characters.
Green Lantern, Joker, and Flash are all DC characters.
Sorting Hat, Harry Potter, and Dumbledore are all Harry Potter characters.
Little Prince, Secret Seven, Hunger Games are all Children/Young Adult books.

Superclass:

These are all fiction.

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  • $\begingroup$ You got the correct language, and all the correct words except #20. #21 is also correct. One of your groups is almost correct(hint: well.. Read the question again). Btw it's a good progress! $\endgroup$ – Eagle Mar 8 at 17:12
  • $\begingroup$ Yeah, I've got a feeling about how some of the Group A members fit into Group B (e.g. rot13(pbzvp obbx punenpgref)) but I wanted to get all 22 clues down first in case I jumped too quickly to an erroneous conclusion. $\endgroup$ – Somebody Mar 8 at 21:09
  • $\begingroup$ Well not exactly. But this contains two group B classes as each class B contains 4 members. $\endgroup$ – Eagle Mar 8 at 21:13
  • $\begingroup$ All good. I had incorrectly numbered hint for #20 as #2. Also, it is exactly not like a hint, but sort of an instruction. A Google search with #12 might result in #22. $\endgroup$ – Eagle Mar 9 at 7:06
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    $\begingroup$ I wasn't sure if I'd do the whole thing, I just wanted to get the first couple down and let someone else finish it. Then I got obsessed. :D $\endgroup$ – Somebody Mar 11 at 13:54
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Very partial start

Languages:

Russian/ish, ?, ?, ?. Zulu/Xhosa/ish

2

dver|idoraeshikum|nyango - door

9

lyudy|nakishiminisa|umuntu - people

20

khubek|adampledumbletushib|qolish - stop, stay

21

askar|soldati|soshasoldaduvek - soldiers - looks like it should break along sosha|solda|duvek but can't find matches

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  • $\begingroup$ Your first language is not exact, but close. The fourth one is on the right track. It is one of those which you mentioned. $\endgroup$ – Eagle Mar 7 at 17:15
  • $\begingroup$ #2 is right, though you have incorrectly broken the first word. #4 is very very close, but again you have incorrectly broken the first word. $\endgroup$ – Eagle Mar 7 at 17:16
  • $\begingroup$ In all the words, you have broken them almost correctly, but missed by a letter or two. #21 has the right meaning, but the second translation is incorrect by a letter. But meaning of #20 is incorrect. $\endgroup$ – Eagle Mar 7 at 17:23
  • $\begingroup$ Do you want hints to any specific line? Because I'll be editing the question with some hints shortly. $\endgroup$ – Eagle Mar 8 at 21:25

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